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Sink Drink™ Cat Dish

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Cats love a refreshing drink of running water, but sipping from the faucet can turn disastrous for your aquaphobic companion.

Inspired by an aging cat named Romeo, Sink Drink™ collects cool, fresh water from the faucet, making it easy for your kitty to enjoy a long cold drink. Aerators mix in air with the water flow to result in saving water and money.

  • Dish Only is $9.95
  • Dish Kit with aerator and adapters is $16.95
  • 8 oz bowl
  • Acrylic
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Connects easily to faucet
  • Made in the U.S.A.

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2 reviews

Recent reviews:

July 25, 2014 - It's not often I give a GG item a low score, but this is one of those times. While this dish seems like a great idea, it just didn't work for our cat, who LOVES to drink from a dripping faucet. We hate to leave it on - even with a minor drip - because we often forget to turn it off, which is such a waste! Our cat just didn't take to it, and it was awkward for us to use the sink while it was attached and not at all convenient to have to keep detaching/reattaching it. Sorry - it wasn't a good match for us.

May 22, 2014 - I don't understand how this works. Does the water need to be constantly running?

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